Tickets to Super Bowl Experience, Opening Night go on sale Saturday

Dec 15, 2022, 9:15 PM | Updated: 10:23 pm
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(Facebook Photo/AZ Super Bowl)
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The end of the NFL regular season is approaching, meaning the Super Bowl and festivities around the big game taking place in the Valley are right around the corner.

Fans can secure their tickets to the Super Bowl Experience at the Phoenix Convention Center and Opening Night at Footprint Center beginning on Saturday, which is 57 days from Super Bowl 57.

The Super Bowl Experience takes place on various days and times from Feb. 4 to Feb. 12, while the Super Bowl Opening Night is Feb. 6 starting at 6 p.m., according to a press release.

Tickets to the Super Bowl Experience can be purchased online ranging from $20 to $40 depending on the day of entry. Children under the age of 12 get in free on all days. People can also purchase tickets at the Phoenix Convention Center at 100 N. 3rd St. during the event.

Super Bowl Opening Night tickets cost $20 and can be purchased online.

Those who attend the Super Bowl Experience will be able to get autographs from current NFL players and legends from the past, shop for merchandise, see a display case that has all 56 Super Bowl rings, take a photo with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, participate in interactive games and youth football clinics, as well as compete against NFL players on LED screens in a 40-yard dash.

A complete schedule of events can be found online, along with the NFL OnePass app, which is required for entry into the attraction.

The Super Bowl Opening Night is the only time the champions from each conference will be in one place prior to the big game as hundreds of media members will interview coaches and players.

Fans through the OnePass app will be able to listen to individual player interview feeds, according to the release.

There will also be live entertainment, special appearances and autographs by legends of the sport, team mascots and the chance to win prizes.

Those who can’t attend Super Bowl Opening Night can view coverage on NFL Network, Fox Sports 1 and ESPN 2, according to the release.

People can also get in on the festivities of the big game for free at the Super Bowl Experience at Hance Park in Phoenix from Feb. 9-12.

The multi-day, outdoor festival will include live music and entertainment, local cuisine and multicultural celebrations.

It will also be home to the first-ever NFL-sanctioned Super Bowl watch party, which begins at 11 a.m. on Feb. 12, according to the release.

More information about events around the Valley celebrating Super Bowl 57 can be found online.

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